Dallas Mayor Begs Residents To 'Please Keep Your Distance' When In Parks And On City TrailsAs the number of positive COVID-19 cases grows, the City of Dallas is enacting a new set of regulations requiring hospitals to give leaders daily reports regarding ventilator and hospital bed capacity.
'Stop The Bleed' Kits Now Required In Texas SchoolsA new Texas law requires all public schools and open-enrollment charter schools to have a traumatic injury response protocol in place which includes bleeding control kits.
TCC Holds Emergency Preparedness SeminarAn emergency preparedness seminar was held Thursday at Tarrant County College's south campus in Fort Worth. Presenters said that, now more than ever, it is imperative that campuses learn how to react in times of crisis.
State Not Chipping In To Help With 'Icemageddon' BillsMore cold weather is headed this way, but cities across North Texas are hoping ice and snow will stay away. December’s ice storm racked up huge bills and now many municipalities are just now finding out the state won't be chipping in.
Full-Scale Disaster Exercise In North Texas CityToday residents in Denton are probably hearing the words, “This is a test. This is only a test.” The City of Denton is conducting a full-scale emergency drill.
"The Great Shakeout" Prepares Texans For QuakesWhen you think about severe weather in North Texas, flash floods and tornadoes come to mind. But the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) wants to make sure everyone knows what to do in the event of a major earthquake.
Rangers Ballpark On Alert For 9/11 AnniversaryWith the trenth anniversary of September 11, 2001 looming, public groups across the area are takikng precautions, and maybe none more seriously than the Texas Rangers.
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